"Hi, this is a little belated, but I just got back from my honeymoon so I'm catching up on the emails. Just wanted to say thank you to whomever gets to read this message, because your customer service is just fantastic. The woman I spoke with on the phone when I placed my order (sorry that I can't place her name right now, jetlagged!) was beyond helpful and very, very nice. Couldn't be more pleased. Thanks!!!" - Rebecca S.
These gorgeous and romantic green amethyst Art Deco filigree drop earrings are hand crafted in sterling silver. At the center of each filigree earring is a lovely emerald cut natural green amethyst prasiolite gemstone ( February Birthstone ) for a total carat weight of 5.70 carats for the pair. The filigree framed green amethyst gemstones dangle from fleur-de-lis design accented earwires for eye catching movement.
Measuring 5/8 inches high by 5/8 inch wide, they feature secure lockback earwires. These sterling silver filigree earrings feature a bright high polish anti-tarnish rhodium finish, making them a perfect coordinating match for white gold and platinum items in your jewelry collection. These unusual 1920s vintage style filigree green amethyst earrings are perfect for anyone who appreciates subtle color and unique gemstones.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all earrings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
High polish rhodium
Secure lockback earwires
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
Prasiolite Green Quartz
5.70 carat total
5Beautiful earrings, August 28, 2013
Posted By: Meghan, Minneapolis, MN
Comments:I purchased these earrings for my wedding because the shade of green is perfect for my colors. I found the color on the site to be relatively true to life, they are a tiny bit paler/more translucent. They're slightly larger than I expected, which is probably because I didn't read the dimensions super closely, and they are heavier than I thought they would be. But they are absolutely beautiful and perfect for what I was looking for. Definitely recommend.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend